Ever thought of having a blog for your home business? Many businesses whether small or big require a blog for their business. A blog makes it easy for you to interact with your existing customers. It also adds new customers and sets up your skill.
Furthermore, with blogs, you could adjust the settings so that each entry would be located in one separate web page. This means that if you publish 100 entries, all of which contain a link to your main website, you’d have 100 back links just like that!
2) Post often. There are many different theories on how often you should post to your blog. Some people will tell you every day, some a few times a week the only right answer is what you have time to do. It is pretty obvious the only way to get more blog traffic is to post to your blog but if you are trying to post every day and you just simply don’t have time you in time the quality of the content you are posting is going to suffer and that’s not going to help you. I do suggest that you post at LEAST 2-3 times a week to your blog but understand that’s not the only part of the equation. There have been many times I haven’t had time to do that and still continue to get a stead flow of traffic to my blog.
Additionally, becoming an author on these article websites promotes your authority in a certain niche or category. One thing you must remember, however, is that there are certain criteria your articles must meet in order to be published. Don’t just copy and paste your post into their article submission boxes. Be sure to read their rules and criteria before you publish.
This is where you highlight your blog management team and what their purposes are. Are you the sole owner of the blog? Or you are just a partner? In this section, you will need to explain the blog ownership structure; and the faces behind the Like and follow me. Information needed here include the names and backgrounds of members of the management team and their tasks. Also to be added is their area of specialization, prior accomplishments, strengths and weaknesses, etc.
Add pictures – eye candy. Also, a picture on the web IS worth a thousand words. If you’re selling a special kind of insert for the marathoner’s running shoes, a cross-section shows how that insert benefits the runner.
In conclusion, I strongly believe this outline will be of help when writing your own business plan and just before I drop my pen; I want to ask a question. Do you really think a business plan can add value to a blog? I would love to hear your opinion in the comment below.